Swelling of the legs during pregnancy: causes, and what to do
Edema of the legs during pregnancy is encountered by expectant mothers quite often. For some, the problem appears already in the third trimester, while for others it is somewhat earlier.…

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What is the size of Mantoux: the norm in children
Many readers are interested in what size Mantoux is the norm in children? To answer this question, we offer a comprehensive study. What you need to do Mantoux Mantoux reaction…

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Child Health Group: What She Talks About
Surely you met such a point in the child’s medical record - a health group. But what is this group? What is she talking about? Not everyone knows about it.…

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Symptoms of a concussion in a child

Such head damage as concussion very often manifests itself in children. Moreover, a head injury (traumatic brain injury) is in the first position in pediatric traumatology, requiring urgent arrival at the hospital and hospitalization.

It is very difficult for an adult to find the differences between a bruise and a concussion, with children it is a little easier. But the severity of the injuries is usually more dangerous precisely for the child, since his body is not yet fully formed, so the probability of injury increases several times. About 100 thousand children from six months to 10 years old are hospitalized every year with brain injuries. Therefore, it is so important to be able to distinguish between the symptoms and signs of concussion in a child.

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Urticaria in a child: treatment, causes and symptoms

Urticaria in a child – sudden red itchy rashes on the body that require treatment. It can manifest itself as an allergic reaction to any irritant that is not always easy to establish. Strong urticaria can be dangerous for a child if not treated promptly. How to recognize urticaria in children and what should parents do?

Urticaria in a child: what is important to know?
Signs in children
The main symptoms of the appearance of urticaria in both a child and an adult include:

Red spots on the body;
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Panic attack: how to fight? Signs and treatment

Too intense bouts of fear are called “panic attack.” This term refers to the state when panic is expressed in an external manifestation and in general well-being. It is accompanied by rapid heartbeat and breathing, chills, numbness of the arms and legs. Most often, a person loses control over his condition.

Panic attacks
With a severe attack, a person notes two concomitant symptoms:

Derealization is the loss of a clear understanding of reality.
Depersonalization is a condition in which one’s own body is felt as something alien.
Recurrent panic attacks

Do not think that if you survived a single panic attack, then you will often fall into this state. Most often, the cause of a panic attack is too much emotional stress associated with phobias or a stressful situation. Continue reading

What is the size of Mantoux: the norm in children
Many readers are interested in what size Mantoux is the norm in children? To answer this question, we offer a comprehensive study. What you need to do Mantoux Mantoux reaction…

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Is it possible to walk with a child with fever?
Pediatricians are often asked: "Is it possible to walk with a child with fever?" This question is especially popular in the cold season, when children are more susceptible to infectious…

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A child grinds his teeth in a dream: reasons. Creaks in the afternoon
There are various reasons why a child grinds his teeth in his sleep. There are similar incidents in the afternoon, when the child is awake. What does this behavior mean?…

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Symptoms of pneumonia in a child
It is important for parents to know the symptoms of pneumonia in the child in order to take action in time. Pneumonia (pneumonia) can lead to dangerous complications. Inaction or…

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